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THE STORY 



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JOHN GULLY 

A New Zealand Artist 
By his Grandson 



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Bortb^East Dalle? School. 



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THE TRUTH 

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THE LEGION 



B y G. H. HIGNETT 



TE RAU PRESS LIMITED 

Printers &• Publishers 

GISBORNE 

1933 

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Extract from Vol. 42. No. 2. 



Journal of the Polynesian Society. 



No. 166. JUNE, 1933. 



THE MAORI POPULATION OF OTAGO. 



By Elizabeth W. Durward, MA.,. Dip. Educ. 



Thomas Avery and Sons Ltd.. New Plymouth. 



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NEW ZEALAND 



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THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S 

ADDRESSES 



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WAITANGI CELEBRATIONS 



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5th and 6th February, 1934. 



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NEW ZEALAND 



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NATIONAL ART GALLERY 
AND DOMINION MUSEUM 



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ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY 

LORD BLEDISLOE WHEN LAYING THE 

FOUNDATION STONE AT WELLINGTON, 

APRIL 14, 1934. 



It affords me infinite satisfaction to comply with 
your request that I perform to-day this epoch-making 
function. New Zealand is unquestionably ripe for 
a great advance in the general cultural progress of her 
people, and I can conceive of no more practical or 
fruitful method of signalising and stimulating such 
maturity than the establishment of an up-to-date 
National Art Gallery and Museum generously and 
prudently equipped and administered with catholicity 
of outlook and comprehensiveness of educative ambit. 

A public museum, if properly stocked, organised 
and fully utilised both inside and outside its walls, 
should not be a mausoleum of dead specimens, the 
resort only of monastic specialists or interested col- 
lectors, but a vitalising power-house radiating currents 
of intellectual energy and calling forth latent genius in 
all classes of the community. Similarly a National Art 
Gallery should not be only a receptacle for " Old 
Masters " (valuable and sadly scarce though they are 
in this Dominion), still less of modern pictures of 
varying merit and transient popularity, but rather a 
source of unsullied inspiration to " young students " 
and indeed to all thoughtful citizens — a pure fountain 

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CATALOGUE OF A 



LOAN COLLECTION OF 
WATER-COLOUR PAINTINGS 

BY THE 

LATE MISS M. O. STODDART 

SHOWN IX THE ART GALLERY, AUCKLAND, N.Z. 
November 2f>th to December 12th, 1935 



HELD UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE LIBRARY 
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Dubilee of the 
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1859—1937 




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SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS 
of Primary Education in Blenheim 

and 
The Opening of the New Blenheim School. 



SOUVENIR 



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SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, 1938 



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SOCIAL SE CURITY CON TRIBUTION 

To 

The Householder: 

OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE ACT: 

(1) This pamphlet is issued for the information and guidance 
of persons liable for the Social Security Contribution payable under 
the provisions of the Social Security Act, 1938, operating as from 
the 1st April, 1939. 

(2) The, Social Security Contribution consists of a registration 
fee, and a charge of one penny for every Is. 8d. (1/- in the £) 
on salaries and wages and other income. It replaces, in form, the 
charge hitherto payable, in terms of the Employment Promotion Act, 
1936. The Social Security registration fee and charge will be col- 
lected in the same manner as the registration levy and the employ- 
ment charge of 8d. in the £ previously payable. The Commis- 
sioner of Taxes will continue to be responsible for the collection of 
both the fee and the charge. 

(3) By the Social Security Act, all persons (male and female 
and including- natives) 16 years of age or over, who are ordinarily 
resident in New Zealand, are required: — 

(i) To register within one month after the 1st April, 1939. 
(ii) Upon registration to obtain a coupon-book, 
(iii) To pay the Social Security charge at the rate of 1/- in 

the £ upon all salary and wages earned, 
(iv) Unless exempted, to pay the annual or quarterly instal- 
ments of the registration fee as these fall due. 
(v) To furnish during May of each year a declaration as to 
income other than salary or wages derived during the year 
ended on the previous 31st March, and to pay the Social 
Security charge upon such income. 
NOTE— 

(a) Male persons who have already registered under the 
Employment Promotion Act are not required to re-register; these 
will continue to use the coupon-books (if any) already held by them. 
(6) Persons in receipt of a war pension granted in respect of 
total disability are not required to make the declaration mentioned 
in (v) above. 

REGISTRATION: 

(4) Persons liable to register (see paragraph 3 above) must do 
so within, one month after the 1st April, 1939. 

In the case of those who attain the age of sixteen years after 
the 1st April, 1939, or become ordinarily resident in New Zea- 
land after that date, registration must be effected within one 
month after such sixteenth birthday, or after becoming ordinarily 
resident, as the case may be. Similarly, persons who, being 
required to register, are temporarily absent from New Zealand 
on the 1st April, 1939, must register within one month after 
their return. 



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Early Castlepoint. 




Pioneering Life on the 
Easf Coast. 



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THE SECOND N.Z.E.F. ^ 7| 

X-DU 420" 



Pay and Allowances, 
Conditions of Service, 

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The Story of Maori and Palceha 
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A CENTENNIAL HISTORY 

IY 

Hon. F. WAITE, D.S.O., M.LC. 

Commemorating the landing of George Willsher 

and his companions at Willsher Bay, 

June 28, 1840. 

With a PROGRAMME for the unveiling of the 

Centennial Cairn, erected by the 

CLUTHA COUNTY COUNCIL, 

June 28, 1940. 






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Grim Tales of New Zealand 
Asylums. 

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MAORI ASSOCIATIONS WITH LAKE 

ELLESMERE 



BY W. A. TAYLOR 



Reprinted from The Ellesmere Guardian 
Leeston, Canterbury 






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PROFESSOR H. B. KIRK, 



M.A., F.R.S.N.Z. 



A TRIBUTE 




VICTORIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 

University of N.Z. 



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to the 

RULES 

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The Wellington Permanent Building 
Society. 



(1) THAT Rule 2 be amended by substituting therefor— 

2 (a) By one hundred thousand shares of one pound (£1) 
each called "A" shares, and to be issued irom time to 
time by resolution of the Board of Directors. Such 
shares may be issued by the Directors as fully paid 
up or on terms whereby the applicants for same shall 
pay for such shares by calls over a period of not 
more than two years from the date on which such 
shares are allotted to the subscribers for the same, 
(ft) By shares, called "B" shares, payable in monthly 
instalments, the payments to accumulate with interest 
and profit until they amount to twenty-five pounds 
(£25), when they shall be repayable to shareholders, 
provided that, until demand made for payment, the 
Directors may treat such matured shares as deposits 

(c) By shares, called " D " shares, of one pound (£1) each 
and to be issued from time, to time by resolution of 
the Board of Directors. Such shares shall be fully 
paid up before being issued and the share capital 
thereof shall be repayable by the Society to the 
registered holders thereof for the time being on the 
respective dates agreed upon by the shareholder and 
the Directors at the time such shares are issued and 
mentioned in the share certificate issued by the Society 
in respect thereof. 

Id) By taking up deposits of money upon interest, repay- 
able either at call or at fixed periods, to the extent 
allowed by " The Building Societies Act, 1908," and 
any amendment thereof. 

(0) By overdraft or by loans on the assets of the Society, 
or by debentures.